|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] build-gnuradio on Scientific Linux 6.3|
|Date:||Fri, 22 Mar 2013 09:26:12 -0400|
I need to recheck the whole Ubuntu thing as soon as I get back to my lab.On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 4:29 AM, Martin Luelf <address@hidden> wrote:> Possibly Ubuntu sets up /usr/local to be regular-userAt least for my Ubuntu 12.04 /usr/local is owned by root:root with 0755
> writeable, but that would be a horrible security flaw.
permissions and everything else would have given me nightmares ;)
Maybe you started the script with sudo, instead of letting the script
itself call sudo, then you would have had the necessary permissions.
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For my SL problem, I think it installed albeit without gnuradio companion working. I try to run "gnuradio-companion" in terminal and I get this following error:
Cannot import gnuradio.
Is the python path environment variable set correctly?
All OS: PYTHONPATH
Is the library path environment variable set correctly?
I tried setting the paths in my .bashrc here:
# Source global definitions
if [ -f /etc/bashrc ]; then
# User specific aliases and functions
# library path for gnuradio
# python path for gnuradio
Oddly enough at the end of the build script I did not get the usual set pythonpath message (around line 1219 in the buildscript). I am going to test out the UHD driver tonight with an actual USRP.
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